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COVERAGE DOESN'T COMPARE TO THE REAL MUSEUM

LETTERS

Having watched the new Cold War museum by Feilden Clegg Bradley being built, and having visited the museum recently, I was very disappointed with the standard of your Building Study coverage (AJ 01.02.07). The building is a wonderful expression in built terms of the tensions of the Cold War and I'm sure it will be a success when it opens to the public this month.

It's a shame that your article was illustrated by the blandest of photographs, and drawings that were so small as to be virtually useless. I guess that printing drawings at this size is part of the AJ's design philosophy of maximising 'white space', but at the unfortunate expense of content.

Harry Butterworth, South Staffordshire

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